Mullen in the News, Work

Ask Me Anything – Our Latest for Google

As those of you who follow the tech world closely will know, Google rolled-out three sizes for the Nexus Phone and Tablet this week – the 4″, 7″ and 10.” As part of the kick-off, they also unveiled a new spot from Mullen called Ask Me Anything. Response to the spot has been good –… Read More
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Election Protection from JetBlue – Make Sure to Vote

JetBlue is offering the opportunity for customers to freely leave the country (and return!) if their candidate doesn’t win the Presidential election. JetBlue Election Protection kicks off today and runs through November 5.  If things don’t go the way a voter wants on November 6, JetBlue has them covered with free tickets out of town.… Read More
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A brand new sandbox

Look it’s a shiny new toy, make that sandbox, from Google. The tech giant has just launched the Google Creative Sandbox, a showcase of “marketing campaigns that blend creative genius with digital innovation.” The first launch includes work from a number of world-class brands, including Pepsi, Axe, Chevy, Dove, IKEA, American Express and Uniqlo. And… Read More
Mullen in the News, Work

Curious new spot for Google’s Nexus 7

Mullen’s latest work for the Google Nexus 7 tablet hit the airwaves today and takes viewers on a fantastic journey into space through the eyes of an adorable young girl. The spot has been well received winning Adweek Ad of the Day and Top 10 Commercial of the Week recognition, a Mashable advertising commentary and… Read More
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adidas “light show” welcomes RGIII to D.C.

Beautiful “light show” at the Newseum last night to welcome RGIII to D.C. It’s a big weekend for the #2 pick in the NFL draft as he goes head-to-head with the Colts and #1 pick Andrew Luck. Thousands of adidas fans got their names in lights alongside images of RGIII by going into a custom… Read More
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Call Someone Who Cares

Our friends/clients at U.S. Cellular are posting some pretty hilarious videos in response to consumer complaints on Twitter about other wireless carriers. They’re asking people to, quite seriously, “Call Someone Who Cares.” See how we made it happen in the case study video below and see all of the Call Someone Who Cares videos themselves… Read More